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2010 Reflections and 2011 Goals

Sunday, January 09, 2011

2010 was a great year.
We moved into our first home.
We got our first dog, Doogie.
I finally quit my job and got one closer to home.
Bryan got a new great job too.
I cut my debt in half.
We got married.
I'm 20 lbs lighter than I was last January.

I was originally down 33 lbs but things began to spiral in October. So, now is time to get back on track.

My goals for 2011-
Fitness goals:
*Make it to my Zumba classes 3 times a week(with the exception of my doctor appointments once a month)
*Strength train 3 times a week
*Cardio 3 times a week
*Walk Doogie 4 times a week

Nutrition Gols:
*Track food everyday
*Drink 8 glasses of water
*Add more fruits and veggies to meals

Financial Goals:
*Track all money spent and stick to our budget
*Pay off the remainder of my credit card
*Put more money into savings
*Start saving for our honeymoon

Emotional Goals:
*Be nicer to myself by keeping all negative talk at bay
*Do something nice for Bryan each day

Weightloss Goals:
*I would like to reach 200 by the end of the year (total loss of 72lbs 1.5 lbs a week) This is an attainable goal, but it will be tough to get there.
*I will be happy with whatever size this leads me to. I would love it if it got me at 16
*I will be at a much healthier BMI, and bring my blood levels to a much healthier state

I know that I can make these things happen. It's just going to take a bit of willpower and dedication. And occasionally a kick in the pants from those that I love!
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  • CAPRICEP
    Sounds great! YOU CAN DO IT!
    3486 days ago
  • no profile photo CD7093951
    These are GREAT goals! Keep up the great work, and I KNOW you can achieve your goal of 200 by the end of the year. :) I'm SO glad to see an updated post from you.
    3494 days ago
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